This was probably the first Sing-Along video to have a modern Disney film in it. It was not re-packaged again after 1990, but continued to be in stock until 1997 or 1998, along with a couple other titles.


Songs are for sharing, and learning the words to your favorite Disney songs has never been so much fun! Just sing along to the on-screen lyrics as you enjoy classic Disney characters in their most memorable musical scenes! Mr. Owl and Professor Ludwig von Drake host Volume Five of Disney's Sing-Along Songs, which highlights the music from Disney's hit movie Oliver & Company. Join Grammy award-winner Billy Joel as he rocks you with "Why Should I Worry?" and learn the words to songs from Alice in Wonderland, The Aristocats, and many others!

VHS Supplements

Video Creation date
1 Red warning screens September 1984
2 Walt Disney Home Video logo August 1986
3 Disney's Sing-Along Songs: Fun With Music October 1989
4 Disney's Sing-Along Songs promo February 1988


  • Fun With Music (from The Mickey Mouse Club)
  • Why Should I Worry? (from Oliver & Company) (released in theaters November 18, 1988)
  • With a Smile and a Song (from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs) (re-issued in theaters July 17, 1987 before this VHS)
  • Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing (from various Disney clips, first half from Bambi)
  • All in the Golden Afternoon (from Alice in Wonderland) (re-released on VHS May 27, 1986 before this VHS)
  • Strolling Through the Park (from The Nifty Nineties)
  • Boo Boo Boo
  • Green with Envy Blues
  • Good Company (from Oliver & Company)
  • Blue Danube Waltz
  • Old MacDonald Had a Band
  • Scales and Arpeggios (from The Aristocats) (last re-issued in theaters April 10, 1987 before this VHS)
  • Why Should I Worry? (reprise)

The reprise contains the last footage of Oliver & Company.

In Other Countries

For these countries, they used a slightly different version of this program, titled "101 Notes of Fun".

Country of origin Release date
UK Q2 1995
South Korea April 1995
Japan June 16, 1995
Latin America October 20, 1995



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